Definition of "intercommunication" [in•ter•com•mu•ni•ca•tion]
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Use "intercommunication" in a sentence
"The massive interdependency and large scale intercommunication is already here."
"An eternal basis of human intercommunication is reason."
"If we consider the complex character of our people, the variety of races which we have adopted into the Canadian family, the extent of territory over which they are scattered, the diversity of their interests, the difference of languages and resulting handicap in intercommunication, we have cause to marvel that the Canadian nation in so brief a period has become so united as it is."